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Postby thechill » Wed Dec 18, 2002 10:55 am

I have lost S Davis and now Priest going into my superbowl game. Here is what I have left to start.

William Green-vs BAL
Dee Brown-facing a broken down Bears Club
Bennett-facing tough MIA D, but at home
Gordon-Trung might get the start over him. will spllit carries maybe 3-way(faulk/gordon/Canidate)

right now I have it penciled in as Green and Brown to start
on waivers is Cloud and Mungro. Either one worth a start over what I have.
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Postby DUKE » Thu Dec 19, 2002 11:19 am

I would start Cloud over Brown. Brown has a horrible offense to work under, and though he scored twice, his touches were very limited, which could've easily been a very lousy fantasy play. Vermeil says that Cloud will be used in the offense as Priest was. Of course he's not Priest, but their offensive line is strong, and San Diego's D have given up yardage on the ground lately.
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Postby Homeless » Thu Dec 19, 2002 6:13 pm

Ack ! thats horrible.

I like Green and have to go with Duke and say Cloud off the wire. You cant afford to mess with the Rams RB situation. Tough call for you to make for your 2nd RB.

I wish you luck.
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